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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Entwistle

    a John Brandwood of Entwisle; she died in 1757 , aged twenty-six. The descent of the Brandwood moiety of the hall and its demesne lands is traced by Mr. Scholes , op. cit. no. 54, 56-7. Roger Brandwood , the

    Townships Withnell

    (Rec. Com.), iii, 213, 236, 378. Lawrence Brandwood held lands in 1628 ; Misc . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 171. James Brandwood held land here in 1564 and Lawrence Brandwood in 1600 ; Subs. R. 131, no.

    Townships Spotland

    the east and north-west of this valley the surface rises to 1,500 ft.; the northern end of the township, called Brandwood , occupies the slope down to the Irwell, which forms the principal boundary in that direction. The hamlets of

    Manors

    80 acres, it belonged to a Mr. Brandwood (d. 1759 or 1760) 82 and between 1765 and 1778 to Elizabeth and Jane Brandwood , who were possibly Mr. Brandwood 's coheirs. Jane Brandwood alone was named as lord of the

    Townships Wheelton

    1553 gave his manor of Wheelton to his younger son Thomas for life, the grant including lands in Withnell called Brandwood , & c.; Add. MS. 32106, no. 712. e.g. in 1590 ; Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. xv, no.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walsh, Esq. a gen. tleman well known on the turf. Lalely, in West Houghton, Lancashire, in his 87th year, James Brandwood, of the Society of Friends. Oil Wednesday week, the Rev. P. S. Charrier, Minister of the Independent Chapel. Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the chief part of which, however, elicited no material facts which are not comprised in the summary already given.-Sergeant John Brandwood, sworn: I was called to the deceased about 7 o'clock on Saturday morning. I afterwards went with Mr Storey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. 0. Pell to be Rear- Admiral of the Blue. P A RTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Dobson and Dixon, Salford, grocers-Johnson and Brandwood, Eccleshllt Lan- cashire, coal merchants-Chey'ne and Shutt, Harrogate, Yorkshire, stockbrokers- B. and H. Wright, Madeley, Shropshire, ale merchasnts-W. Sansom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    female prisoner into custody at her neighbour Reynolds' house, where she had placed her furniture, and whither she was gone. Brandwood, the policeman, asked her for the key of her house. She said she hadn't it. Her husband had gone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it-i vAChtirela Lane. Haudesortli. . 16 li9d WT2E Acres of rich Groas Lend to Let, for Afte'rintls.-Tobe Firs, .el N Brandwood Hnd, King's Heath. olS72 Will y 0 Let, five acres of Keep,;-Apply, Royal Oak Inn, Lapworth. ,' rrO Let. Subscribers-only content

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